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Who's Your Role Mommy?

Just in time for Mother's Day, we'd like to hear about your Role Mommy. Is it your mom, your aunt, a teacher, friend or a fellow mom blogger? Share your story or send us a video at beth@rolemommy.com and we'll feature you on our site. Better yet, we're awarding cash prizes to the most popular essay and video - $100 for the best blog and $150 for the video! Need a little inspiration? Well here's my post that ran a few years back in the Huffington Post - and it still rings true today.

Posted in: Blog, Role Mommy Recommends on 04/27/2009

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  • madamejanet

    My mother, Shirley Holder of West Palm Beach, is my Role Mommy, although I am 59, she's 79, and it's been a long time since I thought of her as "Mommy."

    Mom was an good old-fashioned housewife in the 1950s when my three brothers and I were growing up. She taught us to read, do our homework, cook, keep our rooms clean, and think for ourselves. She made sure that I had violin lessons, piano lessons, voice lessons, learned to sew my own clothes, got to girl scouts, and got to college. I would not be the woman I am today if it had not been for my Mom.

    My mother was intelligent and disciplined enough to take good care of herself, so she is still in good health, still living alone, still kicking butt and taking names. She's a former high school teacher who now teaches Bridge and Quilting to adults at the local high school.

    As you can tell from this posting, I love and admire my Mom.

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